VIDEO: Reductions and Restrictions - Cost of Living Special

VIDEO: Reductions and Restrictions - Cost of Living Special

Watch episode two of our new video series, in which we unpack how the cost of living crisis affects teaching, learning, and school spending.

Watch episode two of our new video series, in which we unpack how the cost of living crisis affects teaching, learning, and school spending.

Lance Martin
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Lance Martin
Published: 3rd September 2023

Off the back of our recent report on how the cost of living crisis is affecting schools, our Education Team are back with the second video in the series.

Episode 2: Reductions and Restrictions

In the previous video from our cost of living series, we introduced you to the impacts on schools and their spending priorities. Now, in Episode 2, uncover how to tackle spending reductions and navigate the restrictions schools have put in place, to adapt your marketing approach effectively. Catch up with Ben and Lance as they break down what the stats reveal and how you can adapt and even thrive in the evolving selling-to-schools sector.


Check back here for the final episode.

To launch your next marketing to schools campaign speak to our team today.

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